Injunctions/ Risk Protection Orders

Citrus County Injunctions & Risk Protection Order Attorney

What Is an Injunction Order?

Injunctions are restraining orders used to protect individuals often after a criminal case. It forces a person to perform or stop taking a certain action. For example, a domestic battery arrest, could cause an injunction case. 

There are two sides to an injunction order:

  • Petitioner: the individual seeking protection from the court 
  • Respondent: the person who allegedly committed the crime

If an injunction is issued against someone, it will restrict their access to firearms and potentially have severe employment and social consequences. In addition, what occurs at an injunction hearing may be used in a criminal matter later on. As such, if you are the petitioner or respondent in an injunction hearing, it is important that you are professionally represented by a skilled attorney who can ensure a fair hearing and protect your rights. An attorney can also use their knowledge and skill to build the strongest case possible to suit the particular circumstances of the matter at hand.

Contact Caughey Law, PLLC for your injunction needs at (352) 645-2215.

What Is a Risk Protection Order?

Risk Protection Orders (RPOs) are a tool used to protect individuals by temporarily limiting their access to firearms. Generally, these orders last for one year, but can be renewed. They are filed by a law enforcement agency or law enforcement officer. During the evidentiary hearing, law enforcement must prove that the individual poses an imminent risk to themselves or others if allowed access to firearms. It is important for individuals facing RPOs to have legal representation by an attorney who has experience with trials and the appropriate procedures. This ensures that your rights are respected in court and no incriminating evidence is provided that could later be used against you in criminal proceedings.

Experienced Injunction & RPO Florida Attorney

Working with an attorney when you are involved in an injunction or RPO can make all the difference. Whether you are the petitioner or respondent, representation from a knowledgeable and skilled lawyer is essential to making sure your voice is heard, your rights are respected, and that you receive a fair hearing. An attorney will be able to represent you during this difficult time. Don't let your rights and future be put at risk; turn to Caughey Law, PLLC for protection and guidance during this process.

Attorney Bryan Caughey offers the rare combination of genuine compassion and a depth of legal knowledge, providing personalized legal advice tailored to your unique situation. As your attorney, Bryan will listen carefully to your story and develop a plan best suited to pursue a favorable outcome. His commitment to excellence, respect, and dedication to his clients is incomparable. With Bryan Caughey on your side, you can be sure that every avenue will be explored during your case, and you will be given knowledgeable advice and guidance through it all.

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Attorney Bryan Caughey can be the support you need in legal cases. With personalized attention for each client, Bryan Caughey brings service that is compassionate and thorough. Our legal team takes the time to listen to each client’s unique story with respect. We offer free consultations to address your questions and concerns, and we ensure that the attorney you speak with then, is the attorney that handles your case until the end.

Contact Caughey Law, PLLC today at (352) 645-2215 for a free consultation.

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